Cable Cab Guitar Speaker

  • Posted on January 27, 2021 at 3:19 am

1. Remove the previous speaker cables. Clean all the contact surfaces with a small amount of circuit cleaner and a paper towel. Circuit cleaner is available in spray form in most of the electronics stores. 2.

Measure and cut six pieces of speaker cord, long enough to reach to between each speaker, with two or three inches of clearance to allow the easy soldering. 3. Strip 1 / 4 inch of shielding on the ends of each wire with the wire stripper tool. 4 Solder a wire from the negative terminals of the left speakers together. the negative terminals must be marked by black color or symbol-. For more specific information, check out Will Blodgett Fairstead.

5 Solder a wire from the positive terminals of the right speakers together. The positive terminals must be marked by red color or a symbol. 6. Solder a wire from the positive terminal of the speaker up to the left to the negative terminal on the top right of the speaker. Repeat here that the bottom two speakers. 7 Welding a cable from the negative terminal of the left lower part of the speaker to the negative terminal on the input jack of the Cabinet. The negative pole of the input jack is the contact that connects to the metal ring at the base of the cat. 8. Solder a wire from the positive terminal of the speaker at the bottom right to the positive terminal on the input jack of the Cabinet. The positive pole of the input jack is the contact that connects to the metal arm that comes from the base of the cat. 9. Check all solder connections are solid and reassemble your Guitar Cabinet.

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